What is Regenerative Agriculture?

Within the world of agriculture, there is a new and upcoming terminology: regenerative agriculture. Currently, many companies follow principles of sustainability, but as the climate crisis has made clear, sustainability simply isn’t enough anymore.

Fruit and Vegetable: A Review Of Regenerative Certification Programs

Regenerative agriculture is a term used to describe agriculture that not only sustains ecological health but improves it over time. Though many farmers have aspired to achieve some version of this for decades, the term itself has gained new traction in recent years due to its potential to mitigate the effects of climate change. Despite that, no clear or specific definition exists which catalogues a complete list of practices and techniques. 

Webinar: Healthy Soil? What it is and Why it Matters

Greenbelt: October 2021 This webinar by the Greenbelt Foundation explores how climate change and declining soil health are affecting agriculture...

Webinar: Regenerative Agriculture Panel Discussion

Canada Organic Trade Association: September 2021 What is regenerative agriculture, and how can it help the Canadian food system respond...

Webinar: Food, Land, Climate: Groundwork for Change

ClimateFast Action: June 2021 This Food and Farming workshop video—organized by ClimateFast, DrawdownTO, EcoJust Food Network and Green Thumbs Growing...